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For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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We're childlike when we splash a canvas with paint or take part in a backyard water fight.
The Feast of the Santo Nino invites us to reanimate our childlike fervor, our childlike faith in Christ-the truth of Christ who came as an innocent, helpless child whose mission was to proclaim his Father's love and his own love for us by dying on the Cross.
It is good to reflect on this unique grace of faith, a childlike faith.
She is childlike, as if she can say anything and do anything without consequences.
According to the American Academy of Neurology, roughly 60 percent of AIDS patients develop some symptoms of AIDS dementia, which range from forgetfulness and confusion to irrational or childlike behavior.
Redefining a genre that usually is illustrational and void of concept, he wants the sports aspect to be a metaphor for childlike innocence and the art to be social commentary.
The childlike accept Jesus not because of special gifts; rather, it is because the Father's revelation is directed to and finds welcome among the simple, the humble, and the meek.
Upon seeing an Israeli flag being burned, his son, in childlike fashion, said that he would like to do the same -- with no understanding of what that act meant
He knows what he wants, and he's not afraid to use every part of your body--even simple, childlike gestures.
The band have a childlike quality so endearing it melts your heart, and after a live show their complex melodies linger blissfully in the memory.
In an attempt to promote the industrialization of Brazil and the national integration of outlying regions far from the coastal concentration of the country's population, Vargas's regime utilized nineteenth century (and earlier) romantic notions of the childlike and innocent "noble savages" to promote a configuration of the nation that exalted its indigenous roots while at the same time enacting a policy to contact and "pacify" intractable native sons and daughters.
Fraser, who enunciates crisply, has an almost childlike voice.